Verizon Razzle

The Razzle is a bit small for a QWERTY phone, but it uses its real estate efficiently. Features include a 1.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, a music player, and a memory card slot.
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Verizon Razzle

But wait...there's more. The bottom half of the Razzle twists 180 degrees.
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Verizon Razzle

The navigation array stays below as you rotate the Razzle. We like its spacious design.
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Verizon Razzle

On the rear side of the bottom half you'll find dedicated music controls and stereo speakers.
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Verizon Razzle

When the QWERY keyboard is facing front, the bottom half of the phone is tilted forward. It's a minor touch, but it can make for a more ergonomic feel while typing.
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PCD TXT8026

The TXT8026 is similar to Cricket's TXYM8. It has a squat design with a small display, but a spacious keyboard.
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TXT8026

The front half of the TXT8026 slides up to reveal a QWERTY keyboard.
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